Carabao Cup third round draw in full as Premier League giants discover opponents

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    The Carabao Cup third round draw has been made as the remainder of the Premier League big boys enter the competition.

    Tottenham were the biggest top tier casualties in the second round after losing on penalties to London neighbours Fulham, but the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have now made up the numbers.

    In arguably the pick of the games, Chelsea face Brighton, champions Manchester City go to Newcastle, while Brentford host Arsenal.

    Meanwhile, Manchester United have been drawn against Crystal Palace, and Liverpool host Leicester.

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    Carabao Cup Third Round Draw in full

    Ipswich Town vs Wolves

    Exeter City vs Luton Town

    Aston Villa vs Everton

    Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

    Port Vale vs Sutton United

    Bradford City vs Middlesbrough

    Bournemouth vs Stoke City

    Lincoln City vs West Ham

    Brentford vs Arsenal

    Chelsea vs Brighton

    Salford vs Burnley

    Fulham vs Norwich City

    Blackburn Rovers vs Cardiff City

    Liverpool vs Leicester City

    Newcastle vs Manchester City

    Mansfield vs Peterborough

    What upsets or surprise results do you see happening in the third round? Let us know in the comments section.

    Pep Guardiola's side will face a fierce test at St James' Park, where they must begin their defence of the trophy in a few weeks' time.

    The third-round ties will take place on either Tuesday, September 26 or Wednesday, September 27.

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